he public is invited to an open house for Jo Davis, who plans to retire after 26 years of dedicated services at Farley State Bank. The open house will be held on June 22, at Farley State Bank, Farley, Missouri.
Stephen Clements and Rosetta Pearce are inviting friends and relatives to share in the union of their marriage, Saturday, June 16, 1990 at 3p.m. at the First Christian Church in Platte City. Rosetta is the daughter of Buddie and Sherry Collins of Platte Woods. Stephen is the son of Thomas and Annette Clements of Platte City.
A fundraiser for Gary Witt, candidate for state representative for the 31st District, will be held at the Pizza Shoppe in Platte City on Thursday, June 21.
The Landmark starts its 126th year of continuous publication. The newspaper, oldest in Platte County and one of the oldest in the state, has been published without interruption since 1865. The paper was purchased from Mrs. Lucile L. Jones by Dwayne Foley in 1979 and continues to be owned and published by the Foley family.
The Platte City Board of Aldermen has invited seven candidates for the position of city administrator to come to Platte City on Saturday, June 23. Alderman Dennis Meyer told the board Tuesday night that the seven candidates, including one woman, would get the opportunity to see the town and could be interviewed at different times by the board members. Meyer is chairman of a city administrator search committee.